21-23 September 2022, Nanjing
Site 1: Chang-Tai Bridge
The Chang-Tai Bridge is a highway and railway cable-stayed bridge that crosses the Yangtze River and connects Taixing in the North bank and Changzhou in the South bank. When completed, its 1176-meter-long main span and 338-meter-long side span will set a new world record of the same kind. The construction began in January 2019, and is expected to be finished in 2024.
Site 2: Zhang-Jing-Gao Bridge
The Zhang-Jing-Gao Bridge is located in the downstream of Chang-Tai Bridge. It crosses the Yangtze River, connecting three cities, namely Rugao, Jingjiang and Zhangjiagang. The total length of Zhang Jing-Gao Bridge is 29.8 km with a main-span of 2300m, which will be the longest suspension bridge in the world.
Zhang-Jing-Gao Bridge will make many world records once it finished: It will become the longest suspension bridge boasts the largest anchorage foundation, the longest continuous steel box girder, the longest main cable and the highest steel-concrete composite cable tower.